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Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. With an estimated population of 20.5 million (2010 census), this city is big; full of dreamers who want to make it big and hard labourers, gangsters and starlets, exotic birds and stray dogs, fisher folk and millionaires and lots of people. The city offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle offering a variety of food, nightlife and entertainment. Mumbai is a living irony, where you will find India’s most prolific film industry as well as Asia’s biggest slum. Mumbai is a mix of… everything!

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Mumbai is a big city and navigating can be a problem sometimes. Whether you are travelling for pleasure, business, history or culture, Skyscanner has done the research for you and recommended the best places to stay in Mumbai. We have carefully listed the areas to give you the most out of your first trip to this magnificent city.

South Mumbai

Perfect for a city break, South Mumbai is the financial and business district. The southern tip is the real tourist hub because of its close proximity to most of Mumbai’s landmarks and colonial buildings. Many of the city's budget accommodations are situated along Colaba Causeway; a lively area packed with markets, bars and nightlife scenes (starting at INR 2000/USD 30 approx. per night). If you seek luxury, you can stay in one of the many luxurious hotels in and around Marine Drive (starting at INR 13,000/USD 190 approx. per night). The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is roughly a 60-minute drive (approx.) from here.

Western Mumbai

If you want to be dazzled by the glamour of the Indian film industry and be close to the media and the fashion world, this is the place to be. Bandar and Juhu are especially favoured by all because these areas are packed with steamy clubs, lively restaurants, countless shops and trendy bars. Carter Road and Turner road are preferred by the youngsters. There are many mid-range (starting at INR 5000/USD 70 approx.) as well as high-end (starting at INR 10,000/USD 150 approx.) accommodation options here. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is located at a distance of 6 to 8 km.

Central Mumbai

Central Mumbai is one of the best places to stay when in Mumbai because of its easy access to either the north or the south of the city. Many shopping malls, shopping complexes, gaming centres, restaurants and entertainment spots are located here. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is located at a distance of 20 km (approx.) from Central Mumbai.

Fort in Mumbai

Fort is a business neighbourhood in Mumbai. By day, the areas comprising Fort like Ballard Estate, Fountain and CST (or VT) Station are bustling with activities but at night, the neighbourhood is rather deserted. A little beyond the CST Station is Crawford Market and west to the Fort area is Churchgate Station. The street leading from Churchgate Station to Marine Drive called Veer Nariman Road, is lined with restaurants. There are many hotels in this area, ranging between INR 3000/USD to INR 10,000/USD. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is a 49-minute drive from here.

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Best Spa/Massages in Mumbai

Whether you like Thai massage, Ayurvedic massage, aromatherapy or something else, Mumbai has some excellent spas to cater to your needs. Many spas also offer private suites where you can enjoy a lovely massage with your partner.

Food in Mumbai

Street food in Mumbai is one of the major characteristics of the city. Although street food is common in every part of India, a small road-side snack is enjoyed by every Mumbaikar, rich and poor alike.
Vada Pav (deep fried potato patty with coriander and spices) is the most popular street food of Mumbai. Other popular street food are Sevpuri, Panipuri, Dahiouri, Bhelpuri, Chinese Bhel, Ragada-Pattice and more, all of which are vegetarian. Among the desserts, Kulfi (ice cream with dry fruits and Indian spices) and Gola (crushed ice candy with flavoured syrup) are very popular.
Being a cosmopolitan city, Mumbai also has a variety of trendy restaurants serving multi-cuisine from all over the world. There is something for everyone.

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Note: All the above information is correct as of 21st June 2016.